Souffle Pancakes – a term for one of the hottest desserts in Singapore right now. These wiggly-jiggly stacks of cloud-like pancakes have taken the country by storm with more and more souffle pancakes appearing on menus in every restaurant!
If you haven’t hopped on the latest trend in Singapore, or have lost track of what’s good in Singapore, check out this list of the fluffiest souffle pancakes in Singapore! These are the places you can grab some fluffy stacks of your own.
Originating from South Korea, this popular tea store is known for their creative concoctions and cloud-like stacks of souffle pancakes! Besides being absolutely delicious, their pancakes are super affordable too, all under S$4.50!
They have three flavours of pancakes currently – Original Snow, Matcha and Tiramisu!
1 Tampines Walk
#01-82, Our Tampines Hub
Daily: 11am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Tampines
BELLE-VILLE PANCAKE HOUSE
Belle-Ville Pancake House is a popular Millefeuille Pancake cafe that hails all the way from Osaka, Japan. Prices start at S$7.90 for four pieces of plain millefeuille pancakes topped with buttercream. However, be prepared to wait up to half an hour for these pancakes are made upon order!
Belle-Ville Pancake House
Bugis Junction #01-01B
Towers 230 Victoria Street
This whimsical cafe is a floral wonderland with dishes that also uphold their floral fantasy theme! Light, fluffy and sweet, the Original Pancakes are served with maple syrup and sweet cream. It tasted a little eggier than sweet!
Their soufflé pancakes also come with Hokkaido Strawberry Ice Cream or in a Tiramisu-flavoured rendition.
Cafe De Nicole’s Flower
224 Telok Kurau Road, #01-01
Fluff Stack wows with their generous portion of fluffy stacks at a more affordable price point! Their pancakes come in fun flavours such as Strawberry Cheese, Oolong Boba and Mango Passionfruit but we loved their Original flavour the best.
The stack of two pancakes was accompanied by honey butter, chantilly cream and maple syrup. We liked how the honey butter added some saltiness that was a good contrast against all the sweet.
3 Temasek Boulevard
#B1-K4 Suntec City
Probably the most iconic of all the stacks, this Japanese powerhouse of a pancake shop was the “OG” store that started this infatuation with souffle pancakes. Thankfully, you don’t need to fly all the way to Japan for these stacks anymore – Gram had graced Singapore’s shores, setting up a store in VivoCity.
Fair warning that there is always a long queue for these highly-coveted pancakes. Go early and grab a queue token!
Gram Cafe & Pancakes
1 Harbourfront Walk
These Japanese cafes definitely know how to woo us with their delectable desserts – one of their specialities being souffle pancakes.
Hoshino Coffee makes a pretty amazing rendition of a fluffy stack with their special Strawberry Pancake. Fluffy pancakes are topped with fresh strawberries, freshly whipped cream and vanilla ice cream.
Hoshino Coffee has several outlets. Check out the full list here.
SweeT.Rex started as a hawker stall at Alexandra Village Food Centre and it has opened its first cafe at International Plaza.
The soufflé pancakes were light and fluffy – not anything short of those you get at fancier establishments. They had a slightly eggy taste but the ice cream and the caramel sauce would balance it out.
10, 01-11 Anson Rd, International Plaza, 079903
Tel: +65 8163 7630
This pretty cafe serving up all-things-Taiwanese doesn’t just serve Lu Rou Rice and Bubble Tea. They also serve up Milk tea Souffle Stackers – three cloud-like pancakes that are accompanied by a rich milk tea sauce, ice cream, biscuit crumble and boba pearls.
It’s the most indulgent dessert to have, especially if you love Taiwanese milk tea and souffle pancakes. Now you can have the best of both worlds with this dish!
68 Orchard Road
#04-63/67 Plaza Singapura